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Anonymous shared this review of University of Pennsylvania Health System, United States on Jan 15th, 2020
"Treat this job as a job and do not allow it to interfere with your actual life."
Anonymous shared this review of University of Pennsylvania Health System, United States on Jul 17th, 2019
"I guess it is heavily dependent on your boss but overall, the environment is friendly with women who want to advance their career. "
Anonymous shared this review of University of Pennsylvania Health System on Nov 23rd, 2017
"There are many women, as expected for a hospital setting. Chief Nursing Officer and many nurse managers are female. Culture is generally understanding of family commitments and work/life balance even within the fairly strict hospital scheduling. I've heard that fertility treatment coverage is available on some health plans. Many jobs are per diem to start which has pros and cons (more flexibility, but no benefits). You have a university salary which is not as negotiable as other settings, but I feel this means greater male-female wage parity."
"Intellectual atmosphere, but lots of politics and difficult personalities. Very low pay compared to other health systems in the area."
"I've worked here for 1 year and there are a some women in management positions. Generally I believe they are treated fairly but the executive level is disproportionately male. They offer 12 weeks of unpaid leave, which might seem generous compared to other companies, but I don't think it is enough. Specially given that we are a healthcare system and should know better. We have lactation rooms and people are very mindful of your maternity leave, at least in my department."